As the world changes and technology evolves, that technology needs to be dealt with in ways that some innovators may have never imagined. One area of concern when it comes to technology is how digital assets are handled when a person passes. Because of how much the Internet has permeated daily life for Michigan families, including digital assets in an estate plan is something nearly everyone must think about.
Nowadays, people have valuable family information, including secret recipes and photos, all online. Remote accounts and clouds may contain items or pictures that can be lost forever if someone simply doesn't have a password. Including passwords and appointing a digital executor to control these assets is just as important as it is for physical assets.